[GRASS-dev] too many branches
hmitaso at ncsu.edu
Fri Aug 24 15:22:00 PDT 2012
I think we have too many issues with 6.4* that need to be resolved quickly that we can start thinking about grass7
after we have a stable (in the sense as described by Glynn)
version of GRASS that people can download and that works.
Currently, we have stable GRASS6.4.2, but it is not very useable on Windows
and GRASS6.4.3 changes every day so students have different versions depending on when they downloaded
and addressing any issues that they may have gets messy pretty quickly.
Moreover, there are issues with Mac binaries as well.
On Aug 24, 2012, at 8:37 AM, Martin Landa wrote:
> 2012/8/22 Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org>:
>>> PS: As a user I can not use 6.x for production work because GRASS 6 is
>>> not able to perform the kind of analyses I have to do for my job. I
>>> have to use GRASS 7.
>> ... so the idea to start a GRASS 7 release branch would address that nicely.
> we started discussion with an idea to reduce number of branches we
> currently maintain ;-) I personally think it's too much soon for grass
> 7 release branch. Let's say I would postpone it to the beginning of
> the next year, then GRASS 7 could be released eg. around June. Make
> sense to you?
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